Sharon Cox, Art Voices
Take a microwave transformer, a piece of wood or old wooden furniture, some baking soda and water, and burn fractals into wood. But, on second thought, don’t try this at home.
Sunday is Mother’s Day. Here’s wishing every mum and grandmother a wonderful day in the garden.
February’s heat wave melted much of the ice and snow we had from the 2016-17 ice storms. We’re seeing few colors other than the blackened snow and chunks of dirty ice still piled up. But inside there are all kinds of possibilities to cheer us with brilliant colors. Pantone LLC (a standardized computergenerated formula color system) watches and predicts popular colors coming up each season, and new colors have been released, just when we need it.
Motivational speaker Eddy Archibong will be on the University of Jamestown campus Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 6-7. He will speak about the role of African-American artists, communicators, musicians and poets at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7, at Voorhees Chapel. It is free and open to the public. Archibong has a passion for diversity, inclusion, interpersonal communication, cross-cultural communication, conflict management and business relations. He is particularly interested in interfacing between different cultures as a bridge-builder toward global peace and integration.
What a treat to have such a dynamic duo on the University of Jamestown campus next Friday. Soprano Darci Bultema and tenor Michael Skyles will be joined by their accompanist, Kenneth Boulton, on the grand piano at 7:30 p.m. as they take the stage in the DeNault Auditorium in the Reiland Fine Arts Center. The 2016-17 Performing Arts Series kicked off the season in October with “Trillium,” and next week’s duo is the second installation of the threeevent series.
The University of Jamestown has a diverse population among its students, staff and faculty, and during International Education Week Nov 11-18, the public will be able to meet and maybe...
The University of Jamestown's theater department has announced its season schedule for 2016-17. The musicals and plays are about as diverse as a university could envision. Season tickets are available for only $25 for four shows, and what a different and dynamic set of performances these will be.